Emirates is to begin flights to Baku in Azerbaijan in June. Azerbaijan was formerly in the USSR. The airline is also hoping to expand its flights within Africa to include Harare in Zimbabwe and Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania, with connections from Dubai for those travelling from Hong Kong. The Walt Disney Company will add services to enable visitors with impaired hearing to better enjoy the Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Disney MGM Studios theme parks in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, and Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Now sign-language interpreters will be provided on a regular schedule and captioning systems will be installed in attractions where feasible. More than 100 performances, parades and some rides will be affected by the arrangement. More and more New York hotels are installing automatic currency conversion machines in their lobbies. The machine in the Ramada Milford Plaza, a Broadway hotel where half the guests are foreigners, dispenses American bills and coins in exchange for Brazilian reals, British pounds, Canadian dollars, Dutch guilders, French francs, German marks, Israeli shekels, Italian lire, Japanese yen and Swiss francs. Driving in traffic-clogged London is not getting any easier, with construction work on two main west London routes. An area that already suffers from severe congestion has been worse than ever since the Hammersmith Bridge was closed to cars and lorries last month. And the M4 highway elevated section between junctions 1 and 2, and the adjacent A4 road, the main routes between Heathrow Airport and central London, will also be closed occasionally until May. Both structures need major repairs.